Tina Everhart, LCSW
Therapist – Grass Valley
School: Graduated from California State University, Sacramento, 2011
About Me: I am a Therapist at Chapa-De Indian Health in Grass Valley. I graduated from California State University, Sacramento. My practice includes many years of experience working in an integrated setting, like the one used at Chapa-De. I specialize in modern social work theories. This includes a focus in strength-based perspective and positive psychology, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused brief therapy. I have a passion for providing mental health services to people living in our rural County and surrounding communities. My primary focus is working with underserved populations.
I always say that my patients are the unsung heroes. I have great admiration for their courage and abilities to grow through vulnerabilities. I dedicate my time to creating and nurturing relationships through modeling compassion and kindness. I believe that we are all connected. I also believe we can only care for others after we have first cared for ourselves. My personal interests focus on the health and well-being of my family and friends. I enjoy spending time in the Sierra Nevada mountains reviving in nature near the streams and the lakes.
“When you come to know nature is when you become one with our living world. One life. One world. One sky.” Tony Ten Fingers: Wanbli Nata’u, Oglala Lakota.